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October 28, 1983 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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Friday, October 28, 1983 41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Talmud (Chulin 60b)
discourages hunting —
especially for sport. It is

placed in the category of
cruelty to animals, a prac-
tice condemned in the Bible.

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LONDON (JTA) — To
combat anti-Semitism in
Europe, authorities have
employed a broad variety of
techniques ranging from de-
leting the telephone listings
of an anti-Jewish orgariiza-
tion in a local directory in
Sweden, to mass police raids
on the homes of suspected
neo-Nazis in Germany, a
World Jewish Congress
study finds.
In a report released here
by the WJC research arm,
the Institute of Jewish Af-
fairs, a survey of the results
of 18 months of monitoring
legal trends in the fight
against anti-Semitism is
detailed. The survey reveals
measures to combat anti-
Semitism of a wide scope
and some which are "startl-
ingly inventive."
The study cites the exam-
ple of the state telephone
company of Sweden which
removed the registration in
the local directory of the
publication "Jewish Infor-
mation," an anti-Jewish
propaganda bulletin. Using
a similar administrative
measure, Spanish
authorities suspended the
driving licenses of some
1,500 rightwing extremists
who drove around Madrid
with banners during a
demonstration.
In The Netherlands, the
newspaper • "Trouw"
(Loyalty) published an
offensive article about
the Israeli basketball
team, Maccabi, which
contained 25 references
to Jewish and Zionist
"money," "power," and
"conspiracy." "
A complaint to the. Dutch
Council of Journalists re-
sulted in the stigma of cen-
sure against the article
which the council noted was
"ill-considered and could be
interpreted as tending
toward anti-Semitism."
Germany and Britain
have banned marches of ra-
cist and anti-Semitic groups
and 'have also denied them
•assembly facilities. In addi-
tion, the German govern-
ment has staged police raids
on the homes of suspected
neo-Nazis in which large
stocks of weapons, Nazi uni-
forms and insignia were
impounded.

Hospital Buys
X-Ray Equip-
ment
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NEW YORK — Kiryat
Sanz Laniado Hospital in
Natanya recently con-
tracted to purchase a new
x-ray unit from the General
Electric Co.
Included are an x-ray
fluoroscopic table, televi-
sion console with image in-
tensifier, a mobile x-ray
unit and a comprehensive
ultrasound system for
obstetrics/gynecology and
cardiography.
"This new equipment will
allow Laniado to fully ad-
dress the diagnostic needs of
Natanya's 200,000 resi,
dents," said Sidney Green-
wald, chairman of Ameri-
can Friends of Kiryat Sanz
Laniado Hospital.

tween a man and a woman
with God as the -inter-
mediary.

In Judaism, marriage is
considered a sacred-institu-
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Belgium and France have
banned organizations of a
neo-Nazi character .and
which were engaged in
para-military activities.
Publications inciting
hatred against Jews were
also banned and seized in a
number of European coun-
tries.
Several countries have
introduced legislation
strengthening laws against
discrimination or racial
hatred and court proceed-
ings against individuals ac-
cused 'of such crimes have
taken place in Austria, Bel-
gium, Denmark, France,
Germany, Holland, Italy,
Spain, Sweden or the
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